DIY Monday: Homemade Febreze
I love the smell of a fresh & clean house and when it comes to making your house smell good, there’s nothing like some Febreze to do the job. Ever since Febreze made it’s debut in stores I buy this stuff like crazy. Honestly speaking I go through two bottles a month but at over $5 per bottle, my pocketbook isn’t as fond of it as I am. But not anymore. You see my friends, I have stumbled across a recipe on my new best friend Pinterest for homemade Febreze. What You Say? YES! Homemade Frebreze. So put that money back into your wallet and make you a batch today. You and your home will be glad that you did.
Here’s What You Need:
1/8 cup Fabric Softener
2 tablespoons Baking Soda
Large measuring cup
Mix fabric softener and baking soda in a measuring cup until smooth.
Fill measuring cup with hot water and stir until well mixed.
Pour into spray bottle and fill the rest of the way with water.
Twist the nozzle over to the LOCK position and shake well.
Ready, Set, Go! and spray every fabric surface in your house.
Posted on September 24, 2012, in All Things FABulous and tagged baking soda, DIY Monday, fabric softener, Frebreze, household products, tutorials. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
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